4 Bandana Styles Every Guy Should Try in 2022 (1)

4 Bandana Styles Every Girls Should Try in 2024

The bandana may not be traditional headwear, but that’s not stopping us from trying it out. After all, just because something isn’t traditional doesn’t mean it’s not cool! Plus, if you’re going for a more daring look, then you’ll definitely want to add something like this to your outfit.

Now, keep this in mind. These 4 styles should not be the only things that define your bandana collection but they are a start and definitely worth it.

1. How To Wear A Bandana Around Your Neck

How To Wear A Bandana Around Your Neck

If you don’t have time to shampoo your hair or if you’re running out of dry shampoo but need to be out all day, simply tie a bandana around your head. It will hide unruly hair and can make you look stylish in an instant! You can use it in a lot of ways, but we’ll discuss four common ways of wearing a bandana.

A. Basic Knot

Basic Knot

  • Fold the bandana like this to form a triangle shape.
  • Tuck the loose ends of the scarf into the front loop.
  • Tie it into a loop or two, so that it looks like a bow.

B. Large Triangular Neck Piece Bandana

Large Triangular Neck Piece Bandana

  • Fold the bandana as shown in the picture.
  • You can wrap it around your neck and wear it like a necklace.
  • It can be adjusted at the front.
  • This style of scarf gives you more coverage, so it’s a good option for work or school.

C. Mask Bandana

Mask Bandana

  • Fold the bandana in half to get it ready.
  • Tie it around your neck, and then twist it a little.
  • The loose ends of the scarf should be tied at the back of your neck.
  • Make sure the bottom part of your bandana is not too loose or tight.
  • It flows more freely and resembles a mask.

D. Triangular Choker Bandana

Triangular Choker Bandana

  • Here’s how to fold your bandana
  • Wrap it around the neck and tie a knot.
  • The loose ends should be at the back, and the triangular flap should be at the front.
  • This style looks best with a deeper or broader neckline.

E. Choker Bandana

Choker Bandana

  • Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to fold your bandana like this.
  • Tie the string around your neck, with its loose ends in front of the neck.
  • Tie the rest of the bandana in a knot on either side.

2. How To Wear A Bandana In Your Hair

How To Wear A Bandana In Your Hair

A. Sweat Band Bandana

Sweat Band Bandana

  • Grab a hair elastic and tie your hair up in a high ponytail or a chignon updo. Use bobby pins to secure the bun if you like.
  • Fold the bandana in half lengthwise to form a long narrow strip.
  • Put it around your neck, wrapping it around from the nape of your neck.
  • Tie the loose ends of your scarf into a loop at the center of your head.
  • Tuck the remaining part of the bandana into itself, and you’ve got yourself a sweatband.
  • A sweat band is a great idea for anyone who goes out for running, hiking or just walking. It can be worn in many different ways and looks great too!

B. Bandana Bow

Bandana Bow

  • Brush your hair, tease it a little bit and tie it into a messy bun or a ponytail.
  • To create a sleek look for your ponytail or bun, wrap one of these sleek bandanas around the base of the ponytail or bun.
  • Tie the ends at the top of your head in a knot.
  • After that, tie the remaining part into a bow.
  • It’s easy, simple enough that you can do it without thinking—kind of like tying a shoe. Practice once or twice and you’ll get it.

C. Biker Style

Biker Style

  • It’s called biker style because it’s the way motorcyclists tie up their hair while they’re driving on long trips. It looks like a “do-rag” or bandana look.
  • Brush your hair, tease it and leave it down.
  • Here’s how to tie a bandana: simply fold it in half.
  • Now, tie the fabric loosely around your head, bringing the loose ends to the crown of your head.
  • Tie them up, and you’re good to go.
  • You can style your hair in a messy bun or with a ponytail if you like.
  • A biker-style bandana will look good with your hair however long or short it is.

D. Simple Knot

Simple Knot

  • Give your hair a good brush and remove any tangles.
  • Now, comb the front and crown part of your hair in an up-and-down motion using a teasing comb.
  • If you’re having a bad hair day, tie your hair up in a high ponytail and tease the top for a messy look.
  • Here’s how to tie your bandana.
  • Now, bring the bandana from under your ponytail and tuck the ends up on top.
  • Tie the bandana in one or two loops. Make sure it’s snug.
  • You can experiment with different ways to wear your hair, such as leaving it down or tying it up in a messy bun.

3. How To Tie A Bandana

How To Tie A Bandana

A. Headband Style

Headband Style

  • Lay the bandana on a smooth, flat surface.
  • Fold the paper in half.
  • To tie a bandana, start by wrapping it around your head with the pointed end at the back of your head.
  • When you place the pointed side of the bandana inside the bandana, make sure it doesn’t stick out at all.

B. Triangle – Little And Large

  • Set the bandana on a flat, smooth surface.
  • Fold in half.
  • You’ll want to start wrapping the bandana towards the sharp end of the cloth.
  • Repeat this process until you see a triangle form.

4. How To Wear Bandana As An Accessory

How To Wear Bandana As An Accessory

You can tie up your bandana like this. Start by wrapping the band around your wrist, with the pointy end at the bottom. Leave enough for tying it up and tuck any excess underneath. 


Bandanas are the most versatile piece of clothing out there. You can wear them in the summer or winter, with or without any other fashion accessories. Not to mention the countless pattern and color combos you can follow depending on your outfit. So go on, try a bandana today! Or at least keep this post in mind for 2022.

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